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Draft Scout DeMarco Murray News
07/13/18 - RB DeMarco Murray, a free agent after being released by the Tennessee Titans in March, said he has played his last down.
Only days after saying he hoped to latch on with a team before the start of training camp, Murray announced on Friday on ESPN's "NFL Live" that he is retiring at age 30. "I've decided to retire from the game of football," Murray said. "It's been great. It's been a great seven years of my career. Been very blessed. I've had the coaching staffs and the players and the teammates that I've been fortunate enough to play for the last seven years. It's been a long time thinking (about it). The last year or two, physically, mentally and emotionally, I think it's time for me to hang it up. As hard as it is, like I said the fans have been great. I had a lot of great games and a lot of great teammates. It's bittersweet, but I think it's the right timing for myself and my family moving forward." A three-time Pro Bowl selection, Murray was named the 2014 Offensive Player of the Year after rushing for a league-best 1,845 yards with the Dallas Cowboys. Murray was released by the Tennessee Titans in March following an injury-plagued season in which he recorded career lows for rushing yards (659) and yards per carry (3.6) despite starting 15 games. Murray reportedly visited the Seattle Seahawks, Miami Dolphins and Detroit Lions following his release by the Titans. He declined an opportunity to work out for the New Orleans Saints last month.
07/09/18 - RB DeMarco Murray, who is a free agent, said he had conversations with a handful of teams and would like to join one of them before the beginning of training camp. "I've had a lot of discussions with four or five teams that I feel will be a great fit for me," Murray told ESPN's Adam Schefter. "It's all about being transparent and, for me, I'm not looking to lead the league in rushing yards.Obviously I would work and do everything to give me the opportunity to do that, but it's all about having an opportunity to get to the playoffs and have an opportunity to win a championship." Murray, 30, reportedly visited the Seattle Seahawks, Miami Dolphins and Detroit Lions after being released by the Tennessee Titans in March.
06/13/18 - RB DeMarco Murray turned down an invitation to visit the New Orleans Saints because other running backs were meeting with the team, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported on Wednesday. Former Denver Broncos running back Jamaal Charles was slated to visit with the Saints on Wednesday. The team also had Tim Hightower in for a tryout during Tuesday's minicamp while Terrance West is scheduled to make a visit this week. "Saints reached out to RB DeMarco Murray to bring him to New Orleans for a workout today, but he preferred not to work out with a large group of RBs, per source," Schefter posted on Twitter. "Murray still waiting for right opportunity and believes he is ready to make a significant contribution in 2018."
03/17/18 - RB DeMarco Murray will visit with the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, the Palm Beach Post reported. Murray, who was released by the Tennessee Titans on March 8, visited with the Seattle Seahawks earlier this week. Murray, the NFL's leading rusher in 2014, recorded career lows for rushing yards (659) and yards per carry (3.6) despite starting 15 games in 2017. He was also hampered by injuries and was inactive for the Titans' two playoff games season because of a knee injury.
03/14/18 - RB DeMarco Murray reportedly visited with the Seattle Seahawks Wednesday. The 30-year-old recorded career lows for rushing yards (659) and yards per carry (3.6) despite starting 15 games in 2017 with Tennessee. He was also hampered by injuries and was inactive for the Titans' two playoff games season because of a knee injury. Murray led the NFL in rushing in 2014 while with the Dallas Cowboys, when he ran for 1,845 yards, averaging 115.3 yards per game in the regular season. He totaled another 198 rushing yards in Dallas' two playoff games that season.